Our one-of-a-kind program supported business-minded scientists with groundbreaking ideas.
The Entrepreneurial Fellows Program (EFP) helped entrepreneurial-minded, early-career researchers translate and commercialize innovative research for practical benefit. The EFP began in 2017.
In addition to funding for their research, EFP Fellows received business training and mentorship that few scientists can access. This unique fusion of scientific and entrepreneurial education was a rare opportunity for researchers looking to make a positive impact by bringing their ideas into the biotech economy.
Shakked Halperin, Ph.D.
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Alex Schultink, Ph.D.
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Benjamin Oakes, Ph.D.
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